Buffet at the Aria – Las Vegas

A little hungover day from partying and drinking after the bf’s birthday the night before, we headed to brunch at the Aria. We really aren’t big on buffet, but who can say no to free flow crab legs? And one of our friends heard that they serve lobster at this buffet. Pity there’s no lobster, but there’s still a decent seafood section.

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What more can we ask for but a buffet of unlimited crab legs and food after a night of partying? Very reasonably priced as well.

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It will type less and just show you all the food! It’s international cuisine, lots to choose from. A great dessert selection as well.

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Let’s start with all the seafood. Crab legs split down the middle, hot or cold. Your pick! I went straight for the mussels.

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Sushi and cold foods.

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Maybe breakfast is more your thing?

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More hot food choices.

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Bread and antipasto

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Even a carvery with a giant chocolate pancake stack.

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Time for dessert!

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The selection was great, and the crabs, even though it was split in a really odd way, was still good. Skip the melted butter, I don’t think it is real butter. I couldn’t find any seafood sauce. Good on it’s own.

I liked the desserts. It’s so lovely to see so much sweets in 1 place, that it even has it’s own sign “sweets”.

Mac and cheese was great as well.

Overall, the food quality is good for a buffet. I did enjoy myself that’s for sure. Hopefully I’ll get to try a different buffet the next trip!

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